Goodyear House, a modern home designed by John Johansen, who, until he died last October, was the last surviving member of The Harvard Five, is for sale, and therefore on display online.
According to the YouTube Web page where the video appears:
Goodyear House is a magnificent example of American mid-century modernist architecture. Larger than most, the house is an echo of classical Palladian symmetry comprised of a large central pavilion which is cantilevered and connected by bridges to two flanking pavilions. The interior is spacious and walls of glass allow for views of beautiful grounds with large expanse of lawn, mature perennial gardens and skating pond.
The real estate agents for the house are Nancy Dauk of Halstead Property in Darien and Inger Stringfellow at William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty in New Canaan.
Other houses on video
These other videos of Darien and Rowayton homes for sale were recently uploaded to YouTube. Each listing links to the YouTube video (also attached to this article). Each home is also shown on the map attached to this article:
5 Nature's Way (video could not be attached)
Property transfers columns in area Patch communities:
Darien | Fairfield | Greenwich | (Greenwich open houses) | New Canaan | Norwalk | Stamford | Westport | Weston-Redding-Easton | Wilton
The Darien Real Estate topics page, which includes:
- Open house listings and more on Elaine Falkenberg's real estate blog
- Betsy Nolan's real estate blog
- Karen Brewer's real estate blog
- Ken Allen's real estate blog
- Sara Littlefield's real estate blog